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Young Deutsche Banker's Death Leap Stuns City


It's not often that this writer has a personal interest in a story that he is writing, but such is the case in connection with the sad death of Anjool Malde, the 24-year-old Deutsche Bank Global Markets equity salesperson, who jumped to his death last Sunday lunchtime from the sixth floor terrace of the building that houses the Coq d'Argent restaurant in the City of London. And typically, Anjool is said to have made his death leap wearing his best suit and with a glass of champagne in his hand.

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Top Firm Accused Of 'Paranoia & Megalomania'

Der Spiegel magazine has reported that, according to a 150-report compiled by law firm Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton, and commissioned by Deutsche Bank CEO Josef Ackermann, several of the bank's 'management board members, supervisory board members and at least one shareholder' were spied on, as the German banking giant succumbed to 'paranoia and megalomania' and tried to deal with real and imagined security leaks.